FOLLOWING Following its rebrand from LDV in April, MAXUS is launching its first all-new platform vehicle under the name, the DELIVER 9.
It is powered by a 163hp 2.0-litre turbodiesel engine with 375nm of torque and all models include electric power steering and autonomous emergency braking, while a manual DPF regeneration button in the diesel range always ensures the van runs at optimal levels, even in heavy traffic congestion and daily city driving.
The load area is practical featuring heavy-duty bulkhead and rear doors that open to 260 degrees for easy loading. Extra features include low rear step, lashing rings, grab handles and an LED illuminated load compartment.
A touch-screen-enabled infotainment system – optional in conventional DELIVER 9 models and standard in luxury models – means drivers can stay safely connected while on the road, and includes Apple Car Play and Android Auto.
The high-spec Luxury model also includes technology features such as mirror link, blind-spot monitors and keyless entry.
MAXUS is distributed across seven right-hand drive territories by The Harris Group, a long-standing automotive company based in Ireland.
The DELIVER 9 will be the Harris Group’s most comprehensive and versatile LCV offering to date. With a choice of front or rear-wheel drive, it’s available in:
- Three lengths: Long 5940mm, Medium 5546mm and Short 5180mm
- Three heights: Extra-High 2755mm, High 2535mm and Medium 2385mm
- Crew Cab
The DELIVER 9 was introduced to the market at a virtual launch this week and comes shortly after the re-branding earlier this year which saw the company transform its network of UK and Irish dealerships with new MAXUS signage, rebadge social media platforms and launch new online platforms.
Prices start from £30,231.00 ex. VAT (RWD, Long hi-roof) and available to order now for delivery July.
All MAXUS vehicles come with five years warranty or 125,000 miles (200,000 KM) and include five years roadside assistance cover as standard.
MAXUS is owned by Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) which produces almost seven million vehicles each year for both Chinese domestic and international markets and is a Fortune Global 500 listed company of almost 100,000 employees.